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Michelob Championship

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Michelob Championship
at Kingsmill
Kingsmill Golf Club sign 2002.jpg
Winners' sign at Kingsmill Resort
Tournament information
LocationWilliamsburg, Virginia
Napa, California (1968–1980)
Established1968
Course(s)Kingsmill Golf Club,
River Course (1981–2002)
Silverado Country Club
North Course (1968–1980)
Par71
Length6,853 yards (6,266 m)[1]
Tour(s)PGA Tour
FormatStroke play - 72 holes
Prize fund$3.7 million
Month playedOctober
Final year2002, 19 years ago
Final champion
United States Charles Howell III
Michelob Championship is located in the United States
Napa
Napa
Williamsburg 
Williamsburg 
Locations in the United States
Kingsmill  Golf Club is located in Virginia
Kingsmill  Golf Club
Kingsmill 
Golf Club
Location in Virginia (1981–2002)
Silverado Country Club is located in California
Silverado Country Club
Silverado
Country Club
Location in California (1968–1980)

The Michelob Championship at Kingsmill was a golf tournament on the PGA Tour from 1968 to 2002. It was played in Virginia at the River Course of Kingsmill Golf Club outside of Williamsburg, from 1981 to 2002. From 1977 through 1995, it was known as the Anheuser-Busch Golf Classic.

The event was founded in 1968 as the Kaiser International Open Invitational, which was played in northern California at Silverado Country Club in Napa through 1980. In its second year, it was played twice. At the second edition in January 1969, three days of rain washed out the final two rounds of play and 36-hole leader Miller Barber was declared the winner, but only half the prize money was distributed.[2][3] The tournament was rescheduled for late October/early November and Jack Nicklaus was the winner in a four-man playoff, decided on the second extra hole on Monday.[4][5]

The purse of the inaugural event in 1968 was $125,000, and Kermit Zarley took the winner's share of $25,000 in January for his first tour win.[6] The final event in 2002 had a purse of $3.7 million, with a winner's share of $666,000 to Charles Howell III in early October.[1]

From 2003 to 2009, an LPGA Tour event, the Michelob ULTRA Open at Kingsmill, was played at the same location. In 2012, the LPGA Tour event returned, renamed the Kingsmill Championship.

Winners

Year Winner Country Score To par Margin
of victory
Runner(s)-up Winner's
share ($)
Michelob Championship at Kingsmill
2002 Charles Howell III  United States 270 −14 2 strokes United States Scott Hoch
United States Brandt Jobe
666,000
2001 David Toms (2)  United States 269 −15 1 stroke United States Kirk Triplett 630,000
2000 David Toms  United States 271 −13 Playoff Canada Mike Weir 540,000
1999 Notah Begay III  United States 274 −10 Playoff United States Tom Byrum 450,000
1998 David Duval (2)  United States 268 −16 3 strokes New Zealand Phil Tataurangi 342,000
1997 David Duval  United States 271 −13 Playoff New Zealand Grant Waite
United States Duffy Waldorf
279,000
1996 Scott Hoch  United States 265 −19 4 strokes United States Tom Purtzer 225,000
Anheuser-Busch Golf Classic
1995 Ted Tryba  United States 271 −12 1 stroke United States Scott Simpson 198,000
1994 Mark McCumber (2)  United States 267 −17 3 strokes United States Glen Day 198,000
1993 Jim Gallagher Jr.  United States 269 −15 2 strokes United States Chip Beck 198,000
1992 David Peoples  United States 271 −13 1 stroke United States Bill Britton
United States Ed Dougherty
United States Jim Gallagher Jr.
198,000
1991 Mike Hulbert  United States 266 −18 Playoff United States Kenny Knox 180,000
1990 Lanny Wadkins  United States 266 −18 5 strokes United States Larry Mize 180,000
1989 Mike Donald  United States 268 −16 Playoff United States Tim Simpson
United States Hal Sutton
153,000
1988 Tom Sieckmann  United States 270 −14 Playoff United States Mark Wiebe 117,000
1987 Mark McCumber  United States 267 −17 1 stroke United States Bobby Clampett 110,160
1986 Fuzzy Zoeller  United States 274 −10 2 strokes United States Jodie Mudd 90,000
1985 Mark Wiebe  United States 273 −11 Playoff United States John Mahaffey 90,000
1984 Ronnie Black  United States 267 −17 1 stroke United States Willie Wood 63,000
1983 Calvin Peete (2)  United States 276 −8 1 stroke United States Tim Norris 63,000
1982 Calvin Peete  United States 203 −10 2 strokes United States Bruce Lietzke 63,000
1981 John Mahaffey  United States 276 −8 2 strokes United States Andy North 54,000
The tournament moved from California to Virginia before the 1981 edition.
1980 Ben Crenshaw  United States 272 −16 4 strokes United States Jack Renner 54,000
1979 John Fought  United States 273 −15 1 stroke United States Buddy Gardner
United States Alan Tapie
United States Bobby Wadkins
54,000
1978 Tom Watson  United States 270 −18 3 strokes United States Ed Sneed 40,000
1977 Miller Barber (2)  United States 272 −16 2 strokes United States George Archer 40,000
Kaiser International Open Invitational
1976 J. C. Snead  United States 274 −14 2 strokes United States Gibby Gilbert
United States Johnny Miller
35,000
1975 Johnny Miller (2)  United States 272 −16 3 strokes United States Rod Curl 35,000
1974 Johnny Miller  United States 271 −17 8 strokes United States Billy Casper
United States Lee Trevino
30,000
1973 Ed Sneed  United States 275 −13 Playoff United States John Schlee 30,092
1972 George Knudson  Canada 271 −17 3 strokes United States Hale Irwin
United States Bobby Nichols
30,000
1971 Billy Casper  United States 269 −19 4 strokes United States Fred Marti 30,000
1970 Ken Still  United States 278 −10 Playoff United States Lee Trevino
United States Bert Yancey
30,000
1969
(November)
Jack Nicklaus  United States 273 −15 Playoff United States George Archer
United States Billy Casper
United States Don January
28,000
1969
(January)
Miller Barber  United States 135* −9 1 stroke Australia Bruce Devlin 13,500
1968 Kermit Zarley  United States 273 −15 1 stroke United States Dave Marr 25,000

*The January 1969 edition of the tournament was shortened to 36 holes, and the tournament was rescheduled for November.

Tournament highlights

References

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  3. ^ "Barber wins tourney". Daytona Beach Morning Journal. (Florida). Associated Press. January 21, 1969. p. 6.
  4. ^ "Nick eyes top dollar". Toledo Blade. (Ohio). Associated Press. October 31, 1969. p. 26.
  5. ^ "Another for Jack". Montreal Gazette. Associated Press. November 4, 1969. p. 31.
  6. ^ a b "Zarley cards torrid 65 for first pro golf crown". Spokesman-Review. (Spokane, Washington). Associated Press. January 22, 1968. p. 10.
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  11. ^ "Miller wins Kaiser International". Ellensburg Daily Record. (Washington). UPI. September 30, 1974. p. 9.
  12. ^ "Johnny Miller astounds self with giant win". The Bulletin. (Bend, Oregon). Associated Press. September 30, 1974. p. 12.
  13. ^ "Miller wins Kaiser Open". Milwaukee Sentinel. UPI. October 6, 1975. p. 5, part 2.
  14. ^ "J.C. Snead wins Kaiser". Montreal Gazette. UPI. September 27, 1976. p. 22.
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  21. ^ "Peoples courts disaster; wins Busch Classic". The News. (Boca Raton, Florida). Associated Press. July 13, 1992. p. 2B.
  22. ^ "Hoch wins Michelob". Beaver County Times. (Pennsylvania). staff and wire reports. July 15, 1996. p. B8.
  23. ^ Kurz, Hank Jr. (October 13, 1997). "Duval wins playoff in Michelob". Daily Courier. (Prescott, Arizona). Associated Press. p. 14A.
  24. ^ "Duval runs away with Michelob". Toledo Blade. (Ohio). October 12, 1998. p. 27.
  25. ^ "Begay goes for it, wins Michelob". Toledo Blade. (Ohio). wire reports. October 11, 1999. p. 30.
  26. ^ Golf Roundup; Begay wins in a playoff
  27. ^ "Michelob win just what Toms needed". Toledo Blade. (Ohio). Associated Press. October 8, 2001. p. C2.
  28. ^ PLUS: GOLF; Toms Wins Michelob With a 3-Under 68
  29. ^ "Howell wins first in last tournament at Kingsmill". Toledo Blade. (Ohio). Associated Press. October 7, 2002. p. C8.
  30. ^ "Howell breaks through in final PGA event at Kingsmill". ESPN. Associated Press. October 6, 2002. Retrieved April 27, 2018.

External links

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